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Latest from Africa's Energy Sector
The Atlantic Methanol Production Company (AMPCO), which runs one of Africa’s largest methanol plant on Bioko Island in Equatorial Guinea, has decided to support the ongoing Year of Investment initiative and invest in the expansion and diversification of the country’s downstream sector.
Russia’s President Vladimir Putin has appointed a new cabinet, keeping key ministers. Amongst those retaining their seats in office is the country’s energy minister Alexander Novak who played an instrumental role in the oil production deal with the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC).
Marathon Oil Corp, one of the biggest energy investors in Equatorial Guinea, has committed to increase its investment in the required infrastructure to support the Government’s vision for the Gas Mega Hub and the Year of Investment initiative following a meeting with H.E. President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo.
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About the Africa Energy Chamber
The African Energy Chamber (AEC) is the voice of Africa’s energy sector
The leading chamber of successful networks, transactions and partnerships at the helm of Africa’s growing energy industries. The AEC actively promotes the interests of the African continent, its companies and its people.
Partners of the African Energy Chamber have the power to shape Africa’s energy future by promoting growth, fostering collaboration, shaping policy, and providing leadership and guidance in the fast-growing energy sector.
Together, we can shape Africa’s energy future
The AEC promotes and strives to create opportunities for African indigenous companies in the petroleum and power industries. This includes personnel training, job creation, community partnerships, and relationship building.
Governments and Public Sector
Change must be led by active and engaged government departments. The AEC works closely with energy ministries and policy makers to help deliver sustainable, beneficial and profitable energy sector growth.
Put the AEC network to work for your company. We collaborate with companies that are looking to enter or expand in Africa, providing inside-track information and contacts to ensure success. Talk to us about partnerships to drive business forward.